Las Vegas

Season 2 Episode 22

Letters, Lawyers And Loose Women

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Aired Unknown May 02, 2005 on NBC
8.9
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Letters, Lawyers And Loose Women
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Mary meets her secret admirer but faces legal issues on the road to romance. When a philandering hotel guest (guest star Dave Foley) loses his wedding ring at a local brothel, Mike agrees to help him find it by investigating the establishment. Meanwhile, Danny and Ed do some investigating of their own to respect a friend's last wish for justice.moreless

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  • A very emocional episode and defenatly worth watching

    9.2
    The way Mary met her secret admirer was so sweet. The guy is so cute and sweet, not to say rich, so why shouldn’t Mary “try him out”, so to speak.

    When Mikes hero, a fellow engineer said the first thing he wanted to do was to go to a bordel house, just cracked me up. Poor Mike, he admired him and then turned out to be a disappointment.

    I was very sad and choked to hear that Luis had died in Iraq. It’s always sad when a cast member dies. And to hear that he had a daughter was totally unexpected too. I felt real bad for all of them, especially Danny. You could see that he really suffered with his death. Some excellent acting went on in this episode. Very good and if you haven’t seen it, what are you waiting for?

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  • Ed and Danny follow up a lead after the shock death of a close friend.

    8.2
    I won't give away the punchline but suffice it to say that for those who watch this series regularly, the death of a cast member is expertly chosen to shock without annoying and to tug on the heart strings without losing to central a cast-member.

    The episode that follows is Las Vegas doing what it does best: Danny and Ed saving the world, the Las Vegas familly pulling together to look after one of their own and a grand finnaly that is topical, tear-jerking and beautifully done.

    Yes, the cynical amongst us could pick holes wide enough to drive a truck through, and yes it does get very close to being sickly over-sweet in the shmultz department, but if you think that way you probably wouldn't like any of the series anyway.

    For those of us who are fans, it's well done and well worth the watching. Oh, and very emotional!moreless
Nikki Cox

Nikki Cox

Mary Connell

James LeSure

James LeSure

Mike Cannon

Vanessa Marcil

Vanessa Marcil

Samantha "Sam" Jane Marquez

Josh Duhamel

Josh Duhamel

Danny McCoy

James Caan

James Caan

Edward "Big Ed" Melvin Deline

Marsha Thomason

Marsha Thomason

Nessa "Ice Queen" Holt

Bailey Chase

Bailey Chase

Jake Porter

Guest Star

Kelly Hawthorne

Kelly Hawthorne

Sharon Mertens

Guest Star

Sandrine Holt

Sandrine Holt

Det. Jenny Cho

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Mike: You took of your wedding ring at a cat house?
      Mr. Mertens: You think I wear my wedding ring with a prostitute? What kind of guy do you think I am?

  • NOTES (3)

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Dopisy, právníci a lehké ženy (Letters, Lawyers and Loose Women)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Denmark: June 3, 2005 on TV3
      Germany: July 21, 2008 on FOX
      Czech Republic: April 17, 2009 on TV Nova
      Slovakia: April 26, 2010 on Markiza

    • Luis' funeral service was filmed at Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary in Newhall, CA. The memorial park is also the final resting place of countless armed service people.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Mr. Mertens: Time for a power nap and a Silkwood Shower.
      Mike: Silkwood Shower?
      Mr. Mertens: You know, a decontamination shower.

      Mr. Mertens is referring to Karen Silkwood, a labor union activist and chemical worker who made plutonium rods and died under mysterious circumstances in 1974, possibly as a result of her blowing the whistle on unsafe manufacturing practices.

      Mertens is specifically alluding to the radiation decontamination showers Silkwood, as well as other workers, were subjected to when their personal radiation count was too high. The process often stripped away multiple layers of skin and was, by all accounts, very painful.

      The 1983 film, Silkwood, which starred Meryl Streep, details some of these events.

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